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Robby Fabbri made a name for himself on his NHL debut as he scored the game-winning goal against the Oilers, stealing the spotlight from first overall draft pick Connor McDavid.
The Blues had a great start to the game until a fluke own goal. Alex Pietrangelo tried to clear the puck after a defensive zone face-off win. It banked off forward Alexander Steen's knee, bouncing backward past Brian Elliot. However, silence was broken when Pietrangelo made a beautiful breakaway pass to Vladimir Tarasenko, who had no problem slipping it through the legs of Oilers' goaltender, Cam Talbot.
In the third period, Robby Fabbri put his name on the scoresheet by finishing a blind behind-the-back pass from Jori Lehtera. He hopped into the boards and showed off a grin he must have learned from watching Tarasenko.